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Black and Latino student loan borrowers more likely to express regret...

The Pew Charitable Trusts released a report that shows Black and Latino student loan borrowers expressing more regret about the decisions that they made...

NCLR: Helping to Build Resilient Latino Youth

Immigration, poverty, education, discrimination, disengagement are all issues affecting Latino youth today and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is leading the charge...

Jeb Bush identifies as “Hispanic” on voter registration, acknowledges mistake

Earlier today the New York Times published Jeb Bush's voter registration form, which listed his ethnicity as "Hispanic." Jeb Bush, brother of former President...

Walmart Wage Increase Likely to Start New Trend Toward Pay Equity

Better schedules, more training, and a wage increase up to $10.00 per hour - that's what Walmart workers can expect beginning on April 1. Last month,...

Alleviate Poverty in America by Expanding Outreach

Have we spent too many years overlooking the real challenges of our economy? Are there still too many of us living from paycheck to...

Improving STEM Opportunities for Hispanics/Latinos is Vital to the US Economy

By 2044 Hispanics and Latinos will become a majority-minority here in the United States; and by 2050 the size of the population will have...

Telemedicine Stagnant Amidst Red Tape and Impending Net Neutrality Decisions

Telemedicine is still not an option for most Americans.

Net Metering Means Minorities Are Getting the Short End of the...

This article first appeared on VOXXI. By Gus Portela Hiring is on the uptick, but its slow pace is leaving many struggling Americans in a lurch....

Hispanic Wireless Users Survey: Fewer Taxes, More Spectrum

Recently McLaughlin & Associates partnered with Penn Schoen Berland to develop and conduct a bipartisan national online survey of 417 adult Hispanics, and the...

#GA123: The Children of Freedom Summer Will Soon Be Leaders of...

The seeds planted 50 years ago in Mississippi during Freedom Summer are in full bloom. The children of 1964 -- who are now leaders...